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My Last Day in Tel Aviv: Breaking in this summer’s LWD!

on a gorgeous street in Keren Hateimanim, I had to have my friend Loren take this photo of me.

on a gorgeous street in Keren Hateimanim, I had to have my friend Loren take this photo of me.

As I’ve mentioned in past posts one of the best traveling decisions I made on my recent trip to Israel was to change my flight, extending my time. On my last day I woke up with one thing on my itinerary: to wander. With the sun shining and a promise of a gorgeous day of sightseeing in some of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Tel Aviv, I was excited to finally wear my new white lace Maje dress. So gorgeous and ladylike, with my sun worn Castañer espadrilles, I felt very Roman Holiday parading down Rothschild Boulevard and on gorgeous streets like Montefiore and Balfour.

Nearby one of Tel Aviv’s main market, Carmel, is Keren Hateimanim, or the Yemenite Vineyard. A neighborhood that existed before the city itself and is quickly becoming one of the trendiest, the Yemenite Vineyard is a beautiful, simple neighborhood with a great deal of family owned restaurants.

The Library Bar at the Norman. The Library Bar is a stand out. The stylish and comfy decor transfers you to a 1950s gentlemen’s club and makes you want to mill about with a martini, for days.

Nachmani St 23-25. +972 3-543-5555

at the Library bar at the Norman

at the Library bar at the Norman

Later that evening, for dinner at one of the best restaurants in the city, Messa, with a friend, I change into Sophia Webster mules and a worn Denim & Supply trucker jacket over. A design award winning restaurant, Messa is the epitome of the glitz and glamour of Tel Aviv with amazing food to back it up!

HaArba’a St 19. +972 3-685-6859

clowning around over dinner at Messa while my friend, Nir played with my camera

clowning around over dinner at Messa while my friend, Nir played with my camera

My picks for exploring in Tel Aviv:

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